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2007 Manitou Rear Shock Service Guide

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2007 Manitou Rear Shock Service Manual Index


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1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 INTRODUCTION SETUP, TUNING, PERIODIC MAINTENANCE GLOSSARY AIR SPRING SYSTEM AND SPV AIR PRELOAD, SWINGER AIR COMPLETE SHOCK LESS HARDWARE, COIL SPRING HARDWARE REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION DU BUSHING REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION RIDE KITS BOTTOMOUT BUMPER REPLACEMENT, SWINGER COIL REBOUND ADJUSTER KNOB REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION, SWINGER COIL DAMPING SYSTEM DAMPING SYSTEM BLEEDING - SWINGER X3 AIR/ S-TYPE/ RADIUM SHOCKS DAMPING SYSTEM BLEEDING - SWINGER X4 AIR/ EVOLVER ISX4-ISX6/ SPLIT SHOCKS - SHIM AND SPV DAMPING SYSTEM BLEEDING REVOX/ SWINGER X3-X4-X6 COIL/ METAL SHOCKS - SHIM AND SPV TROUBLESHOOTING TABLE 1: FASTENER TORQUE REQUIREMENTS SWINGER REAR SHOCK SERVICE KITS

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Contact Information Answer Products Customer Service Department 28209 Ave. Stanford Valencia, CA 91355 Toll Free: (800) 423-0273 Direct : (661) 257-4411 FAX: (661) 775-1798 E-mail: warranty@answerproducts.com tech@answerproducts.com Web site: www.answerproducts.com

SECTION 1: INTRODUCTION
This manual is intended to guide the user through basic service of Manitou Swinger rear shocks. Service is supported by the identification of common parts and assemblies that have been assembled into Service Kits. The purpose of this manual will be to describe conditions that may drive the need for service and to provide installation instructions for the kits. Due to the time-consuming nature rear shock service, at this time our primary focus is to offer service kits that minimize the amount of downtime and labor involved. As the program matures, and we are able to gather feed back from our customers, we may offer kits to a more detailed level.

Important information is highlighted in this manual by the following notations: WARNING Failure to follow WARNING instructions could result in severe injury or death to the person inspecting or repairing the shock absorber or the shock absorber operator CAUTION A CAUTION a caution indicates special precautions that must be taken to avoid damage to the shock absorber. NOTE A NOTE provides key information to make procedures easier or clearer

GENERAL WARNING: Rear shocks by design contain gases and fluids under extreme pressure and warnings contained in this manual must be observed to reduce the possibility of injury or possible death. Following these instructions can help you reduce the risk of being injured. Any questions in regards to the information in this manual should be directed to Answer Products Customer Service at (661) 257-4411. WARNING: The Swinger Shock uses compressed air to provide fluid pressure in the damping system and spring resistance in Air models. BOTH systems must be relieved of pressure prior to servicing these systems. Failure to relieve air pressure could result in injury or possible death. CAUTION: The Swinger Shock uses precision machined aluminum and other soft alloy components. Using correct tools for assembly is essential to prevent damage.

SECTION 2: SETUP, TUNING, PERIODIC MAINTENANCE


Instructions for shock setup, tuning, and periodic rider maintenance is not covered in detail in this manual. Please refer to the Manitou Swinger Rear Shock Owner's Manual (PN 042105) for that information. If you did not receive a manual, you can download one at www.answerproducts.com or contact Answer Products Customer Service at (661) 257-4411.

SECTION 3: GLOSSARY OF TERMS


Air Canister Can that holds the air spring air in an air shock. Air Preload Adjuster Located on the reservoir of SPV shocks. It contains the red Schrader valve for setting the SPV pressure and a hex fitting for adjusting the air volume (air preload) Bottom Out Point at which a shock reaches full compression. Control Eyelet (C-End) Eyelet that is on the rebound adjuster end of a shock. The air canister is attached to this end on air shocks and the spring retention collar is attached to this end on coil shocks. Damper Eyelet (D-End) - Eyelet that is on the damper body end of a shock. On SPV shocks, this is the end that contains the SPV valve and reservoir if applicable. Damper Body Section of shock that contains the damping system Damper Piston Piston in that controls the flow of oil during compression and rebound. Damper Shaft Shaft attached to the damper piston that connects the two moving sections (damping system and control eyelet) of the shock together. Damping System - Controls compression and rebound rate (speed). The system also provides the peddling platform unique to shocks with the SPV technology. DU Bushing Teflon guide bushing pressed into the eyelets. Mounting hardware is inserted into the DU bushings and rotates within the bushing as need by the suspension design. Eyelet Found on each end of the shock, it is where the DU bushing and mounting hardware are and provides the connection between the shock and bicycle. Internal Floating Piston (IFP) - A floating piston that separates damping oil from the SPV air chamber or reservoir. Mounting Hardware Spacers that allow shocks to be mounted into the wide variety of suspension designs. Schrader, Air Black in color, it is the valve for pressurizing the air canister in an air shock Schrader SPV - Red in color, it is the valve for pressurizing the SPV system. Seals: O-Rings - Black synthetic rubber with a round cross section. Primarily used for fluid sealing. Seals: Quad Seals - : Black synthetic rubber with an X cross section, primarily used for sealing air. Seals: Wipers Teflon ring, used for keeping debris out of quad seals, guiding the damper piston, and providing support. Top Out Point at which a shock returns to its full extension.

SECTION 4: AIR SPRING SYSTEM AND SPV AIR PRELOAD, SWINGER AIR, S-Type
WARNING: The Swinger Air uses compressed air to provide resistance to compression in place of a coil spring. You must be certain that the air canister is relieved of all pressure prior to servicing the air system. Failure to relieve air pressure could result in injury or possible death. Sealing of the shock is accomplished through a series of o-rings, quad seals, and wipers. When the air canister is removed, these seals can be replaced from Seal Kit C. 1. Failure of an air shock to maintain air pressure is usually the result of defective or worn seals. If there is suspicion of an air leak, pressurize the air canister to 150psi from the adjuster eyelet Schrader Valve and the SPV Air Preload Schrader to 100psi. Locate the leak by spraying the air canister and Schrader joints with a mild solution of dish soap and water or submerge in a bucket of water. Bubbles will form in from the area of leakage.

2. For leaks at the adjuster eyelet or damper end of the air canister, refer to the detailed disassembly instructions contained in the section on DAMPING SYSTEM BLEEDING - Swinger Air. This will guide you on how to replace the applicable o-rings and seals. 3. For leaks at the Schrader valves, release all air pressure and replace the Schrader valve core or assembly as needed. The core is removed using a standard core removal tool. The assembly is removed by removing the core and unscrewing the assembly by inserting a 3mm hex into the center of the valve. 4. For leaks in the air preload reservoir area (4W Swinger), release all pressure replace the preload adjuster o-ring, Schrader valve core, or Schrader assembly as needed.

Adjuster Eyelet SPV Air Preload (Air Spring)Schrader

5. If when you pressurize the air canister the shock collapses to its shortest travel position, the shock has an air piston leak into the negative chamber. Place the shock in the shock tester and extend it to its full travel. Depress the adjuster eyelet Schrader while the shock is extended under load. If it remains in the full travel position, refer to the section on DAMPING SYSTEM BLEEDING - Swinger Air for instructions on servicing the air canister and piston seals. 6. If the shock returns to the short travel position, it is not serviceable and the entire shock must be replaced. WARNING: Attempting to service a shock with this condition could result in injury or possible death. 5

SECTION 5: COMPLETE SHOCK LESS MOUNTING HARDWARE AND COIL SPRING


The highest-level kit offered will be a complete shock, without mounting hardware or coil springs for coil forks. This kit is offered as a fast replacement where all that is need is to change out the hardware and spring and then reinstall the shock. Swinger Air Less Mounting Hardware Swinger Coil Less Mounting Hardware and Coil

SECTION 6: MOUNTING HARDWARE REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION


Mounting hardware is used to mount shocks to the various frame configurations. Over time, the hardware may wear between the mounting bolts or DU Bushing which will result in play in the connection. Remove hardware using pliers as shown in Figure 1 DU Bushing Eyelet

. Figure 1 Figure 2 MOUNTING HARDWARE REPLACEMENT Hardware should have a slight press fit into the DU bushing and can be tapped in place with a rubber mallet or soft jaws in a vise. Apply a small amount of thick grease such as Motorex Bike Grease 2000 (PN 85-0033) to the hardware before installation. There are virtually an infinite number of hardware combinations in use on bikes today. When ordering hardware from Answer Products, It will be necessary to identify the eyelet width, overall width and mounting hole diameter.

1. Measure the hardware width.

2. Measure mounting hole size. Current hardware is typically designed to accept a 6mm or 8mm fastener.

SECTION 7: DU BUSHING REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION


DU bushings are press fit into the shock eyelets at each end of the shock. The hardware fits into the bushings and will rotate slightly within the bushing during suspension compression. DU Bushings, like hardware, may wear over time. Removal and installation is accomplished using tool PN 85-6075.

REMOVAL 1. Remove hardware from the shock. 2. Insert unthreaded end of punch into the removal tool first and screw in about half a turn. Punch

3. Clamp removal tool in vise. 4. Insert eyelet into tool. 5. Use 6mm hex wrench to screw in punch, making sure that it is centered on the bushing. This will press out the bushing.

INSTALLATION 1. Place a bushing onto the threaded end of the punch and into the removal tool; screw in about half a turn. Bushing

2. Clamp removal tool in vise. 3. Insert eyelet into tool. 4. Use 6mm hex wrench to screw in punch, making sure that it is centered on the bushing and that the bushing is centered to the eyelet. This will press in the bushing.

SECTION 8: RIDE KITS


Ride kits (Coil Swinger only) consist of a replacement spring of a specific spring rate that is firmer or softer depending on the rider's preference. Most manufacturers using Swinger Coil shocks vary the stock spring rate that is the standard offering based on frame size. Larger frame sized have higher spring rates to accommodate bigger riders. Due to the wide variety of frame geometry in use, it is left to the rider to determine if they are satisfied with their stock spring rate. Spring rates and travel/stroke are marked on the outside of each spring. Example: "300 X 2.75" Is a 300lb spring for a 2.75" Travel Shock

To change out the coil spring: 1. Turn the spring preload adjustment ring to release any preload and back it away from the spring as far as possible. 2. Remove the retaining collar. 3. Slide spring over eyelet. You may need to turn the rebound control knob in clockwise to its fully closed position. NOTE: Model year 2003 Swingers use a rebound knob that can be removed by taking out a hex screw. Do not attempt to remove the 2004-2005 rebound knobs by unscrewing the 3mm hex in the knob, it will break. 4. Slide the new spring over the eyelet. 5. Reinstall the spring collar so that it butts against the eyelet, and the spring nests in the appropriate groove. 6. Turn the spring preload adjustment ring until it contacts the spring and then apply 2mm of preload.

Retaining Collar Spring Preload Adjustment Ring

SECTION 9: BOTTOMOUT BUMPER REPLACEMENT, SWINGER COIL


WARNING: The Swinger Shock uses compressed air to provide fluid pressure in the damping system. The damping system must be relieved of pressure prior to servicing. Failure to relieve air pressure could result in injury or possible death. 1. Remove hardware as shown under HARDWARE REMOVAL and remove Spring as shown under RIDE KIT Section. 2. Release reservoir pressure from the air preload.

SPV Air Reservoir 3W Swinger Coil

SPV Air Reservoir 4 & 6W Swinger Coil 8

3. Extend and clamp damper shaft in a vise using 12.7mm (.500) soft jaws, Answer PN 85-5148 4. Remove eyelet using adjustable open-end wrench.

5. Slip off old bumper. 6. Install new bumper, Larger diameter face of the bumper should face the eyelet 7. Clean damper shaft threads with alcohol and apply Blue Loctite. 8. Install damper shaft in vise using soft jaws as shown above and torque per Table 1. 9. Add air to re-pressurize the air preload reservoir per instructions in the Owners Manual.

SECTION 10: REBOUND ADJUSTER KNOB REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION, SWINGER COIL
Instructions in the 2004 Swinger Shock Owners Manual were incorrect when it stated that the rebound knob had to be removed to replace shock springs. Turning the knob to its full clockwise setting is sufficient to provide clearance for removal.

Removal 1. Remove control eyelet as shown under Bottom out Bumper Replacement, Swinger Coil. 2. Remove 1.5mm hex set screw located under the control eyelet with the set screw pointed up. Underneath the set screw is a spring and detent ball bearing. Turn the eyelet over on a cloth rag and tap the eyelet to dislodge the spring and ball. 3. Unscrew the rebound knob from the eyelet.

Rebound Knob

Set Screw

Installation 1. Installation is in reverse order. Place a small amount of grease on the ball and rebound knob detents. Screw in the knob and place the ball and spring in the set screw hole. 2. Apply a small amount of blue Loctite to the set screw threads. Screw in the set screw until it is flush with the eyelet.

Set Screw

Spring

Detent Ball

Knob Detents

SECTION 11: DAMPING SYSTEM


The damping system controls compression and rebound rate (speed). The system also provides the peddling platform unique to shocks with the SPV technology. The main conditions requiring service you may encounter in regards to the damping system are leaks, a suspect SPV, broken rebound adjuster knob, or lose damper or reservoir body. SPV VALVE INSPECTION If you are unable to achieve the pedaling platform after adjusting the shock per the Owner's Manual, you will need to inspect the SPV. Follow the instructions under the damping bleeding section for the shock in question in order to inspect the SPV. LEAKS If oil is found to be leaking from the shock, the seals and/or o-rings that seal that suspect joint must be serviced. Once the system has lost oil, the faulty seals must be replaced and the shock bled to restore the shock to full performance. LOOSE DAMPER OR RESEVOIR BODY All Swinger service can be performed without removing the damper or reservoir bodies where they are threaded into a machined casting. This joint is bonded in place during final assembly at the factory. If either becomes loose during service, remove the body, and thoroughly clean the threads on each part. Apply green Loctite the threads and use the Answer reservoir clamp PN 85-6037 to tighten the bodies.

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SECTION 12: DAMPING SYSTEM BLEEDING SWINGER X3/S-TYPE/RADIUM AIR SHOCKS


WARNING: The Swinger Shock uses compressed air to provide fluid pressure in the damping system. The damping system must be relieved of pressure prior to servicing. Failure to relieve air pressure could result in injury or possible death. Tools Needed: -

Disassembling
1. Secure the shock in the vise by clamping the Top Cap eyelet in the jaws of the vise. Remove the Schrader valve core form the air spring valve to relief all pressure in the air canister.

2. Remove the Air Can from the shock using a 39mm wrench or an adjustable wrench if it is an X3, if it is a Radium or S-Type you will need to use a strap wrench to remove the air can. It will unscrew in a counter-clockwise direction.

3. Remove MCU bottom out bumper from the Air Can. Thoroughly clean out the interior of the can and MCU. Replace the glide ring and seals in the end of the canister. Set aside for reassembly. If you are only solving an air spring leak you do not have to proceed any further, go to step **

4. Remove the Air pressure and Valve from the HP IFP system. You will need to use P/N# A. Remove the cap covering the Schrader assembly. B. Using the valve adapter and a shock pump release air pressure in the IFP. C. Remove the Schrader valve core

5. Remove the Damper Cap/ Air Piston Cap from the damper body. Using an adjustable wrench or 14mm wrench. Pull damper shaft assembly from the damper body. Pour out the oil that is in the damper body.

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6. Remove the IFP by threading in the valve adaptor and using a shock pump to slowly pressurize the chamber which will blow the Piston out of the bottom of the damper body. NOTE: Be sure to cover the end of the damper body with a shop rag so that the piston and any remaining oil don't shoot across the work area.

7. If this is an SPV equipped rear shock, remove the SPV valve assembly from the damper piston using a pin wrench or an SPV valve tool (P/N ******). You will want to insert the tool into the 3 slots in the piston, DO NOT try to remove the SPV valve using the Phillips screw in the center of the assembly.

8. Check the SPV to make sure that it is functioning correctly. The valve should look like the top picture, with a space between the piston and the top plate and should spring open and closed when the two pieces are squeezed together. If it has failed it will look like the second picture and when it is squeezed it will not spring back open.

9. Pull apart the two pieces of the SPV valve, gently clean both the inside of the piston and the out side of the shim head to remove any oil or old grease that maybe on them. Lightly grease the o-ring with Wacker grease and reassemble the valve and recheck for proper function. Set aside for reassembly.

10. Remove the SPV Adjustment spring that is inside the damper piston. Set aside for reassembly.

11. Secure the Damper shaft using shaft clamps and a vice and remove the top cap by unscrewing it counter-clockwise. You can use an adjustable wrench to turn the cap.

SPV/Lock-out Needle Rebound Adj. Shaft Top Out Bumper

12. Remove the Top-out bumper and the SPV/lockout adjustment needle by pulling it out of the damper shaft. Screw the rebound adjustment shaft down so that the flange is just below the top of the damper shaft.

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13. Thoroughly clean all parts and replace all o-rings and seals.

Reassembling the Swinger 3-Way 14. Lightly grease the seal on the IFP. Insert the IFP into the damper body with the cupped side up (towards the open end of the body). Push the IFP all the way to the bottom of the damper body. Fill damper body with 5wt. Shock oil to the top of the bore.

15. If this is an SPV shock, install the SPV spring into the damper piston through the rebound adjustment shaft. Screw the SPV valve assembly into the top of the damper piston and tighten to 80 inlbs.

16. Push the Damper cap/Air piston down the damper shaft so that the inside surface of the air piston is even with the hole in the damper shaft. You don't want to cover the hole as it will prevent the air from bleeding out of the damper assembly. Damper Shaft Hole Air Piston Surface When the air piston is in the proper position relative to the hole your assembly will look similar to this.

17. Insert the Damper piston in into the damper body. It will be helpful to wrap a shop rag around the damper body to catch the overflow in the next couple of steps.

18. As you are installing the damper piston and damper cap, you will have some air and oil coming up through the center of the rebound adjusting shaft this is normal. Tighten down the Air Piston/Damper cap to 85inlbs.

19. Push the damper shaft down into the damper body until the shaft extends from the top of the damper cap 8.75mm. This is measured from the top of the piston to the top of the flange above the threads on the damper shaft. This is critical to proper function of the shock but it is better to err on the short side, if it is too long you will not get full travel. Adjust the rebound adjusting needle until the flange on the needle is flush with the top of the damper shaft by screwing it in or out.

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20. Insert the SPV adjusting needle fully into the rebound adjusting needle until the o-rings have seated. Screw on the Top Cap as snugly as possible. Fully extend the damper shaft by pulling up on the Top Cap to the end of the travel. Reinstall the high pressure Schrader valve into the IFP chamber port but DO NOT charge the IFP. Remove the Top Cap.

21. Keep the damper shaft pointed straight up and clamp it in the vise with the clamp shafts. Install bottom out bumper and reinstall the top cap using red Loctite. Torque the top cap to 85 inlbs. Note: you may need to turn the Rebound counter clockwise a couple of turns as you are threading the top cap on as it will thread the adjusting needle in due to the detent plate.

22. Charge the IFP to 125psi using a standard shock pump. Install the small, threaded metal cover over the Schrader valve. You will need to use components from the HP IFP tool kit for this.

23. Install the top out bumper into the air can. Side the air can over the damper body. Thread the top cap into the air can and tighten to approximately 100inlbs. Note: It may be helpful to secure the end of the damper eyelet in the vise so that you can pull up the air can up to meet the top cap.

24. Reinstall the Schrader core in the air can valve. Charge the air spring to 100psi, check to make sure that there are no air leaks. Check the shock function for lack of rebound or compression damping and dead spots in the travel.

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SECTION 13: INSTRUCTIONS FOR SWINGER X4, EVOLVER 4/6-WAY, AND SPLIT REAR SHOCKS SPV AND SHIM STYLES
Tools Needed: - .9mm, 1.3mm, 6mm Allen wrenches - 39mm, 10mm, wrench - 1.3mm Allen wrench - 39mm wrench or suitable crescent wrench

1. Release air in the main air spring and remove the Schrader valve.

2. Release the air that is in the IFP chamber and remove this Schrader valve also.

3. Remove the air can using a 39mm wrench or a crescent wrench. Once the can is free from the top cap slide the can down as far as possible to the damper eyelet.

4. Secure the damper shaft in the vise using the appropriate shaft clamps. Unscrew the top cap counterclockwise. After removing the top cap remove the bottom out bumper and the metal washer also.

5. Remove the damper cap using the special socket (P/N**-****) Pull out the damper shaft, cap and damper piston as an assembly.

6. Pull firmly on the air can to remove it from the damper body. The air piston will come off with the air can.

7. Remove the piston and top out bumper from the air can.

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8. If this is a twin-tube Evolver: Remove the snap ring at the base of the can. It is easiest to do this by inserting a small pick into the gap on the ring and lifting one end free of the groove, and then just walk the rest of the ring out. Once the ring is removed, pull the outer can off of the inner can.

9. Remove the No Tools Volume adjust by unscrewing it counter clockwise. There is no need to disassembly the assembly any further as there are no parts to wear in the no tools adjuster.

10. Pour out the oil in the damper body. Cover the Reservoir with a rag to catch the IFP and any oil which might be trapped to the reservoir. Insert the IFP removal tool, into the damper body. Cover the hole in the tool with your finger and press the tool down firmly into the damper body. This will push the piston out of the reservoir.

11. If you are servicing an ISX-6, remove the red and black knobs, use caution as the detent balls and springs are VERY small. Next remove the Intrinsic damping assembly by unscrewing it counter clock-wise. Pull the assembly out of the damper body. Do not disassembly the Intrinsic damping unit as there are no serviceable parts inside and several of the parts are easily lost or damaged.

12. If this is an ISX-4, use the special penta-hex tool (P/N 83-3236) to remove the non-adjustable Intrinsic damping assembly. As with the ISX-6, other than the O-rings on the out side of the assy. There are no serviceable parts inside the damping unit so do not attempt to disassemble the unit further.

13. If this is an SPV shock, you need to make sure that the SPV valve is functioning correctly. The valve should look like the top picture, with a space between the piston and the top plate and should spring open and closed when the two pieces are squeezed together. If it has failed it will probably look like the second picture and when it is squeezed it will not spring back open.

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14. To Remove the SPV valve for service, clamp the shaft in the vise using the proper size shaft clamps. Using a **mm wrench loosen the clamp bolt. Remove the bolt, shim stack, piston and the SPV valve. Be sure to keep all items in the proper order and orientation

15. Pull apart the two pieces of the SPV valve, gently clean both the inside of the piston and the out side of the shim head to remove any oil or old grease that maybe on them. Lightly grease the quad seals with Silicone grease and reassemble the valve and recheck for proper function. Set aside for reassembly. 16. Inspect air can, pistons and damper body for excessive or abnormal wear. Replace all o-rings, seals and glide rings.

17. Secure the shock eyelet in a vise with the mounting hole for the intrinsic damper up. Fill the hole with oil and install the Intrinsic damping control unit. If it is an adjustable unit for an X6, be sure that the adjusters are turned out to the lowest settings.

18. Turn the shock body so that the damper body is vertical. Fill the damper about 3/4 full, using the IFP removal tool push oil thru the Intrinsic damping unit into the Reservoir. Do this until you no longer see bubbles coming through the port in the bottom of the reservoir.

19. Install the bleed bowl, and fill the reservoir and bowl with 5wt shock fluid. Install the IFP by lowering it into the fluid vertically so no air is trapped in the cavity if the piston. Turn the piston 90 degrees and push it into the reservoir past the threads. Remove the oil above the piston. Remove the bleed bowl.

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20. Make sure that the IFP Positioning Tool is in its shortest position; Screw it down into the reservoir pushing the IFP into the bore.

21. If you are servicing an Evolver with a twin tube, grease the two o-rings on the inner can with a small amount of silicone grease. Reinstall the outer can by sliding it on the inner can, be sure that is slid all the way to the end of the inner can.

22. Install the snap ring to retail the outer can by pressing it into the groove. Makes sure that is firmly seated into the groove, you will be able to that it completely seated as the ends of the snap ring will be almost touching.

23. Insert the air can installation tool into the damper body. Slide the air can over the tool and on to the damper body. Next install the top out bumper then remove the Installation tool.

24. Install the air piston into the air can and push it all the way down until it seats fully on to the top of the damper body. There should be no space between the top of the damper body and the bottom of the air piston.

25. Reinstall piston, shim stacks and the SPV valve on to the damper shaft, tighten bolt to 80inlbs. Line the damper cap up so that the inner end of the cap is lined up with the edge of the bleed hole in the damper shaft. Fill the damper body with oil.

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26. Insert the damper piston/shaft assembly into the damper body. Screw down the top cap and torque to 60-70inlbs.

27. Insert the rebound preload spring and rebound needle into the damper shaft and then screw on the top cap. Using the top cap fully extend the damper shaft. Remove the top cap and the rebound needle.

28. Next using a 6mm Allen wrench screw the IFP Positioning tool down to the line matching the travel/stroke of the shock you are servicing, you want the line to just disappear below the top of the flange, see the picture below. You will have oil come out of the damper shaft as you do this. This gives you the final bleed on the shock.

29. Reinstall the rebound needle, bottom out bumper, and the bottom out washer. Clean the tread of all oil residue.

30. Clamp the damper shaft in a vise using the 12.5mm shaft blocks. Apply blue Loctite to the threads of the damper shaft. Screw on the damper cap and to torque it to 110inlbs. (12 Nm)

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31. Remove the IFP tool from the reservoir and install the Volume control assembly. Torque the assembly to 100inlbs (11Nm). Turn the control to the open position, this is where the indicator is in the number 1 position, this allows the entire volume control to be pressurized. On Swinger X4 shocks charge the IFP to 125psi. For the Evolver shocks the SPV version is charged to 120psi and the shim version to 150psi. The charge pressure is 250psi on the Split shocks.

32. Pull the air can up and screw the top cap down. Clamp the top cap in the vise and using a 39mm wrench torque the air can to 80 inlbs ( 9Nm)

33. If applicable, install the detent springs, balls and knobs on the Intrinsic Adjuster. Make sure that the set screw on the high speed compression knob (black knob) is lined up with the pocket on the adjuster shaft before tightening it. Next install the red lox speed compression knob.

34. Charge the air spring and check for proper function of the shock.

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SECTION 14: INSTRUCTIONS FOR REVOX/SWINGER COIL/METAL REAR SHOCKS WITH SPV OR SHIM DAMPING
Tools Needed: - .9mm, 1.3mm, 6mm Allen wrenches - 26mm, 28mm or suitable adjustable wrench - Manitou Rear Shock Service Tool Kit

1. Turn the Volume adjuster so that it is in position. Release the air in the IFP chamber and remove the Schrader valve core. Caution If you do not have the adjuster in the number 1 position you will not full discharge the IFP system and risk serious injury if you continue with the disassembly process.

2. Remove the No Tools Volume adjust by unscrewing it counter clockwise. There is no need to disassembly the assembly any further as there are no parts to wear in the no tools adjuster.

3. Make sure that the shock is full extended. Clamp the shock in a vise by the damper eyelet. Using a 28mm or an adjustable wrench, remove the damper cap and shaft from the shock by turning it counter-clockwise. Drain out as much fluid as possible after pulling the damper assembly out of the shock.

4. Pour out the oil in the damper body. Cover the Reservoir with a rag to catch the IFP and any oil which might be trapped to the reservoir. Insert the IFP removal tool, into the damper body. Cover the hole in the tool with your finger and press the tool down firmly into the damper body. This will push the piston out of the reservoir.

5. If you are servicing an ISX-6, remove the red and black knobs, use caution as the detent balls and springs are VERY small. Next remove the Intrinsic damping assembly by unscrewing it counter clock-wise. Pull the assembly out of the damper body. Do not disassembly the Intrinsic damping unit as there are no serviceable parts inside and several of the parts are easily lost or damaged.

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6. If this is an ISX-4, use the special penta-hex tool (P/N 83-3236) to remove the non-adjustable Intrinsic damping assembly. As with the ISX-6, other than the O-rings on the out side of the assembly there are no serviceable parts inside the damping unit so do not attempt to disassemble the unit further

7. If you are working on a shim style shock skip to step #10, if this is an SPV shock, you need to make sure that the SPV valve is functioning correctly. The valve should look like the top picture, with a space between the piston and the top plate and should spring open and closed when the two pieces are squeezed together. If it has failed it will probably look like the second picture and when it is squeezed it will not spring back open.

8. To Remove the SPV valve for service, clamp the shaft in the vise using the proper size shaft clamps. Using a **mm wrench loosen the clamp bolt. Remove the bolt, shim stack, piston and the SPV valve. Be sure to keep all items in the proper order and orientation for reassembly.

9. Pull apart the two pieces of the SPV valve, gently clean both the inside of the piston and the out side of the shim head to remove any oil or old grease that maybe on them. Check the quad seals for damage and replace if needed. Lightly grease the quad seals with Silicone grease and reassemble the valve and recheck for proper function. Set aside for reassembly.

10. For all shocks, clamp the damper shaft in a vise using the shaft clamps. Using an adjustable wrench remove the control eyelet by turning it counterclockwise. Take care that you do not apply force to the rebound knows as the can be bent or broken. After removing the eyelet, remove the rebound needle.

11. Inspect damper body, reservoir, pistons and damper shaft for excessive or abnormal wear. Replace all o-rings, seals and glide rings and any other parts that are showing excessive wear.

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12. Secure the shock eyelet in a vise with the mounting hole for the intrinsic damper up. Fill the hole with oil and install the Intrinsic damping control unit. If it is an adjustable unit for an X6, be sure that the adjusters are turned out to the lowest settings

13. Turn the shock body so that the damper body is vertical. Fill the damper about 3/4 full, using the IFP removal tool push oil thru the Intrinsic damping unit into the Reservoir. Do this until you no longer see bubbles coming through the port in the bottom of the reservoir.

14. Install the bleed bowl, and fill the reservoir and bowl with 5wt shock fluid. Install the IFP by lowering it into the fluid vertically so no air is trapped in the cavity if the piston. Turn the piston 90 degrees and push it into the reservoir past the threads. Remove the oil above the piston. Remove the bleed bowl.

15. Make sure that the IFP Positioning Tool is in its shortest position; Screw it down into the reservoir pushing the IFP into the bore. If you are rebuilding a Revox shock, be sure that you fit the IFP extension (P/N **-****) to the Positioning tool before installing it into the reservoir.

16. Reinstall piston, shim stacks and the SPV valve on to the damper shaft, tighten bolt to 80inlbs if it was removed earlier. Line the damper cap up so that the inner end of the cap is lined up with the edge of the bleed hole in the damper shaft. Fill the damper body with oil.

17. Insert the damper piston/shaft assembly into the damper body. Screw down the top cap and torque to 60-70inlbs. Make sure that the shaft isnt moving out as you do this.

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18. Extend the damper shaft, it might be necessary to screw on the top cap so you have something to grip to pull it out with. Next using a 6mm Allen wrench, screw the IFP Positioning tool down to the line matching the travel/stroke of the shock you are servicing, you want the line to just disappear below the top of the flange. You will have oil come out of the damper shaft as you do this. This gives you the final bleed on the shock.

19. Reinstall the rebound needle, and bottom out bumper. Clean the tread of all oil residue.

20. Clamp the damper shaft in a vise using the 12mm shaft blocks. Apply blue Loctite to the threads of the damper shaft. Screw on the damper cap and to torque it to 110inlbs. (12 Nm)

21. Remove the IFP tool from the reservoir and install the Volume control assembly. Torque the assembly to 100inlbs (11Nm). Turn the control to the open position, this is where the indicator is in the number 1 position, this allows the entire volume control to be pressurized. On Swinger and Revox SPV shocks, charge the IFP to 120psi. For the shim versions of the Revox and Swinger coil the charge pressure is 150psi. For the metal shocks the IFP charge pressure is 250psi.

22. If this is an X6, install the detent springs, balls and knobs on the Intrinsic Adjuster. Make sure that the set screw on the high speed compression knob (black knob) is lined up with the pocket on the adjuster shaft before tightening it. Next install the red low-speed compression knob, use a small amount of blue Loctite on the fixing screw.

23. Test shock for proper rebound and compression characteristic.

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SECTION 15: MANITOU REAR SHOCK TROUBLESHOOTING CHART


Symptom Cause Solution Service Section

ALL SHOCKS
Cannot set pedaling platform Damping System Air loss from SPV Tighten or replace Schrader core system: SPV or replace Schrader assembly. Schrader valve leaks SPV Valve failure Close rebound knob (clockwise). If the shock rebounds fast after compression, the SPV valve may be defective. If the rebound is very slow, the valve is probably OK. Inspect and replace if necessary Air in damping system Bleed damping system Interference with Replace. Confirm clearance after suspension linkage or Schrader replacement other frame components Air in damping system Bleed damping system 4

12 - 15

SPV Schrader valve snapped off at base on 3 Way Air and Coil Swingers. Adjusting rebound knob has no effect. Oil comes out of the SPV Schrader valve Play in shock eyelets when mounted in bike

12 - 15 4

12 - 15

Damping oil has Replace o-ring on the IFP and leaked past the IFP bleed the damping system Mounting Hardware Worn DU bushing or Replace mounting hardware

12 - 15

6 -7

SWINGER AIR/ S-TYPE/ RADIUM/ EVOLVER/ SPLIT


Air loss from air spring Air Spring Air spring Schrader Tighten or replace Schrader core valve leaks or replace Schrader assembly. Seal failure on Air Replace seal(s) Canister Seal failure on Air Replace seal(s) Piston Failure of negative Replace air canister and seals spring 4 4 4 4

Air shock does not return to full travel but has adequate air spring pressure Oil comes out of the Air Spring Schrader valve

Damping oil has leaked past the damper cap

Replace seals on the damper cap and bleed the damping system

14 - 15

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MANITOU REAR SHOCK TROUBLESHOOTING CHART (CONT.)


Symptom Cause Solution Service Section

SWINGER AIR/ S-TYPE/ RADIUM/ EVOLVER/ SPLIT


Hard Bottomout Air Spring Air spring pressure Increase air canister air pressure too low Worn bottomout Replace bottomout bumper bumper Failure of negative Replace air canister and seals spring Damaged adjuster Replace o-ring piston o-ring 4 14 - 15 4 15

Hard top out Air Volume adjuster on 4 Way Swinger has no affect on damping rate. Oil leak at base of air canister

Worn or damaged seals allowing oil to escape from damper chamber

Replace seals and bleed damping system

SWINGER COIL/ REVOX/ METAL


Hard bottomout Spring System Spring rate too low Replace with firmer spring Worn bottomout Replace bottomout bumper bumper Air in damping system Bleed damping system Damping System Worn or damaged Replace adjuster needle and/or oadjuster needles rings and/or o-ring allowing oil to escape Worn or damaged Replace seals and bleed damping seals allowing oil to system escape from damper chamber User attempted to Replace rebound knob remove knob during spring replacement Damaged adjuster Replace o-ring piston o-ring 8 9 12 - 13 13

Hard top out Oil leak at high and low speed compression adjuster screws Oil leak at damper shaft

12 - 13

Broken rebound knob on coil shocks Air Volume adjuster on 4 or 6 Way Swinger has no affect on damping rate.

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SECTION 16 TABLE 1 FASTENER TORQUE REQUIREMENTS

Feature Swinger Air/ S-Type/ Radium/ Evolver Air Canister Air Piston to Damper Air Volume Adjuster, Swinger Air 4 Way Damper Piston Bolt Damper Shaft to Control Eyelet Schrader Valve Stem

Torque

15 24KgCm (13 21inlbs) 70 - 90 KgCm ( 61 to 78 inlbs) 70 - 90 KgCm ( 61 to 78 inlbs) 70 - 90 KgCm ( 61 to 78 inlbs) 70 - 90 KgCm ( 61 to 78 inlbs) 5 10 KgCm ( 4 to 9 inlbs)

Swinger Coil/ Revox/ Metal Air Volume Adjuster, Swinger Coil 4&6 Way Damper Cap Damper Piston Bolt Damper Shaft to Control Eyelet Schrader Valve Stem

70 - 90 KgCm ( 61 to 78 inlbs) 70 - 90 KgCm ( 61 to 78 inlbs) 70 - 90 KgCm ( 61 to 78 inlbs) 90 - 110 KgCm ( 78 to 95 inlbs) 5 10 KgCm ( 4 to 9 inlbs)

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SECTION 17: 2007 MANITOU REAR SHOCK SERVICE KITS


2007 SWINGER AIR/ S-TYPE/ RADIUM/ SPLIT SERVICE KITS
Kit Description Kit R Shim Air Canister Air Canister, 152mm Eye to Eye, 32mm Travel Air Canister, 165mm Eye to Eye, 38mm Travel Air Canister, 178mm Eye to Eye, 40mm Travel Air Canister, 190/200/210mm Eye to Eye, 50mm Travel Air Canister, 200mm Eye to Eye, 56mm Travel Air Canister, 215mm Eye to Eye, 63mm Travel Air Canister, 222mm Eye to Eye, 70mm Travel Air Canister, 230mm Eye to Eye, 70mm Travel Air Canister, 240mm Eye to Eye, 76mm Travel Air Canister, 320mm Eye to Eye, 63mm Travel LRS Schrader Valves Radium, Radium R, & Swinger Air Canister Schrader Valve Assy - Black Radium RL Air Canister Schrader Valve Assy; inc O-Ring, Black Swinger SPV Schrader Valve Assy; inc O-Ring, Red 90 Degree Schrader Air Valve, Black 360 Degree SPV Schrader Air Valve, Red 360 Degree Air Can Schrader Air Valve, Black Complete Shock Body, No Hardware or Spring Shock, No Hardware, 152mm Eye to Eye, 32mm Travel Shock, No Hardware, 165mm Eye to Eye, 38mm Travel Shock, No Hardware, 190mm Eye to Eye, 50mm Travel Shock, No Hardware, 200mm Eye to Eye, 50mm Travel Shock, No Hardware, 200mm Eye to Eye, 57mm Travel Shock, No Hardware, 215mm Eye to Eye, 63mm Travel Shock, No Hardware, 222mm Eye to Eye, 70mm Travel Shock, No Hardware, 230mm Eye to Eye, 70mm Travel Shock, No Hardware, 240mm Eye to Eye, 76mm Travel Shock, No Hardware, 320mm Eye to Eye, 63mm Travel/w hiemjoint LRS Trunion - 63mm Wide, 44mm Travel Ref OE PN 85-17181 Trunion - 61mm Wide, 44mm Travel Ref OE PN 85-17182 Trunion - 61mm Wide, 44mm Travel Ref OE PN 85-17183 Radium, Metel Shock IFP Chamber Refill Plug Rebound Knob Swinger 4/6W Reservoir Air Volume Adjuster Swinger 4/6W Reservoir No-Tools Volume Adjuster Comp Speed Adjuster Knob/Needles Kit Comp Speed Adjuster Knob/Needles Kit O-Rings SPV Valve H/L Compression Assembly Remote Lockout Cable Remote Lockout Conversion Kit (Updated Cable Spool) Remote Ready Conversion Kit (Non Warranty) Seal Kit Swinger 3W LRS Seal Kit Swinger 6W Remote Reservoir Seal Kit Heim Joint Mounting Hardware - Swinger 3W LRS DU Bushing Kit DU Bushing Kit Heim Joint - Swinger 3W LRS Sticker Kit Tools Tool for adjusting Swinger Air Reservoir Volume Tool for locating Swinger IFP during bleed process DU Bushing Tool Guide for Air Canister Seals over Damper Body Plunger for Removal of IFP Piston, Swinger Air Tool for Bleeding Swinger Air & Coil Reservoir Shocks Fixture to Hold and Compress Shocks Fixture for Clamping 10mm Damper Shaft Fixture for Clamping 12.7mm Damper Shaft Shock Pump - Air Canister Shock Pump - SPV Reservoir Fixture for Clamping Reservoir and Damber Body, Swinger Air and Coil High Pressure IFP Tool set A A A A A A A A A A 83-2221 83-2222 83-2224 83-2227 83-2228 83-2229 83-2230 Radium RL RP Split RPA Swinger Air Air X3 Air X4 SPV 83-2999 83-3000 83-3001 83-3003 83-3004 S-Type SRL SR SPV ISX-4 Shim Evolver ISX-4 SPV SPV

ISX-6 Shim

83-2698 83-2699 83-2700 83-2702

83-3005 83-3006 83-3007 83-3008 83-3009 83-3010

83-2271 83-2231 83-2233 83-2240 83-2241 83-2243 83-3242 85-7100 85-7101 85-7102 85-7103 85-7167 83-2241 83-2242 83-2243 83-3242

A 83-2231 A 83-2232 A A 83-2240 A A B B B B B B B B B 85-6715 85-6716 85-6717 85-6718 85-6719 85-6720 85-6723 85-6728 85-6721 85-6724 85-6729 85-6722 85-6725 85-6730 TBD TBD 85-6726 85-6731 85-6727 85-6732

85-6735 85-6736 85-7104 85-6737 85-7105 85-6738 85-7168

85-6740 85-6741 85-6742 85-7106 85-7160 85-6743 85-7107 85-7161 85-7108 85-7162 85-7109 85-7163 85-7110 85-7164 85-7111 85-7165 85-7112 85-7166

85-7113 85-7114 85-7115 85-7116 85-7117 85-7118 85-7119

85-17134 TBD TBD TBD B B B B B B B B 83-2703 83-3013 83-3013 83-3013 83-3013 85-4493 85-4485 066299 83-3015 83-3013 85-4485 83-2879 066299 066299 83-3016 83-2878 83-3014

83-2239 066299

83-2706 83-2526 83-2974 83-3240 83-2709

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83-2526 83-2974 83-3142 83-2708

83-2708 85-6277 83-2273 85-6105

83-2707 83-2710

83-2244 83-2246

83-2711

83-2272 83-2250

83-2251

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TBD

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85-4430

85-4406 85-4162

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85-4414

85-5148

83-2694

83-2694

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2007 SWINGER COIL/ RREVOX/ METAL SERVICE KITS


Kit Description Kit R Schrader Valves Swinger SPV Schrader Valve Assy; inc O-Ring, Red 360 Degree SPV Schrader Air Valve, Red Com plete Shock Body, No Hardware or Spring Shock, No Hardware, 165mmEye to Eye, 38mmTravel Shock, No Hardware, 190mmEye to Eye, 50mmTravel Shock, No Hardware, 200mmEye to Eye, 50mmTravel Shock, No Hardware, 215mmEye to Eye, 63mmTravel Shock, No Hardware, 222mmEye to Eye, 70mmTravel Shock, No Hardware, 230mmEye to Eye, 70mmTravel Shock, No Hardware, 240mmEye to Eye, 76mmTravel Shock, No Hardware, 267mmEye to Eye, 90mmTravel Swinger 6WRemote Reservoir Hose Kit Swinger 6WRemote Reservoir Hose Fitting Kit Radium Metel Shock IFP Cham Refill Plug , ber Rebound Knob Swinger 4/6WReservoir A Volum A ir e djuster Swinger 4/6WReservoir No-Tools Volum A e djuster Com Speed A p djuster Knob/Needles Kit Com Speed A p djuster Knob/Needles Kit O-Rings SPV Valve H/L Com pression A ssem bly Seal Kit Swinger 6WRemote Reservoir Seal Kit DU Bushing Kit DU Bushing Kit Sticker Kit Spring Retention Collar Tools Tool for adjusting Swinger Air Reservoir Volume Tool for locating Swinger IFP during bleed process DU Bushing Tool Plunger for Removal of IFP Piston , Swinger Coil Tool for Bleeding Swinger Air & Coil Reservoir Shocks Fixture to Hold and Compress Shocks Fixture for Clamping 12.7mmDamper Shaft Fixture for Clamping 14mmDamper Shaft Shock Pump - SPV Reservoir Fixture for Clamping Reservoir and Damber Body, Swinger Air and Coil High Pressure IFP Tool set Metel RP RPA Swinger Coil Coil X3- Coil X4- Coil X6- Coil X3- Coil X4- Coil X6SFS SFS SFS SPV SPV SPV Shim SPV Revox ISX Shim Revox ISX SPV

A A B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B C C E E F G H H H H H H H H H H H H 85-6745 85-6746 85-6747 85-6748 85-6755 85-6756 85-6757 85-6758 85-6759 85-6750 85-6760 85-6751 85-6761 85-6765 85-6766 85-6767 85-6768 85-6769 85-6770 85-6771 85-6772

83-2242 85-7120 85-7121 85-7122 85-7123

83-2243

83-2242 85-7170 85-7171 85-7172 85-7173

83-2243

85-7130 85-7131 85-7132 85-7133 85-7134 85-7124 85-7135 85-7125 85-7136

85-7145 85-7146 85-7147 85-7148 85-7149 85-7150 85-7151 85-6280 85-6281

85-7176 85-7177 85-7178 85-7179 85-7180 85-7174 85-7181 85-7175 85-7182

85-7183 85-7184 85-7185 85-7186 85-7187 85-7188 85-7189 85-6280 85-6281

85-7155 85-7156 85-7157 85-7158

85-6775 85-6776 85-6777 85-6778

83-3012 85-4493 83-2239 066299 066299

83-3012 85-4493 85-4485 83-2879 066299 066299 83-3014 83-2878 83-2707 83-2710

83-3012 85-4485 83-2879 066299 066299 85-6098 83-3014 83-2878 83-2707 83-2710

83-2876 85-4485 83-2879

83-2876 85-4485 83-2879 83-2880 83-2878 83-2881

83-2707

83-2878 83-2881

85-6105 83-2247 83-2248 83-2249 83-2252 83-2253 83-2254 83-2252 83-2253 83-2254 85-5437 85-5437 85-3007 85-6107 85-3007 85-6107 85-4423 85-4414 85-5148 TBD 85-4163 85-6031 83-2694

83-2882

TBD

TBD

85-4414 85-5148 85-5148

TBD

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2007 COIL SPRING RIDE KITS


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8 5 -6 7 0 0 8 5 -6 7 0 1 8 5 -6 7 0 2 8 5 -6 7 0 3 8 5 -6 7 0 4 8 5 -6 7 0 5 8 5 -6 7 0 6 8 5 -6 7 0 7 8 5 -6 7 0 8

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250 300 350 400 450 500 550 600 650 700 750

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8 5 -6 1 8 6 8 5 -6 1 8 7 8 5 -6 1 8 8 8 5 -6 1 8 9 8 5 -6 1 9 0 8 5 -6 1 9 1 8 5 -6 1 9 2 8 5 -6 6 7 5 8 5 -6 6 7 6

(8 .7 5 " (8 .7 5 " (8 .7 5 " (8 .7 5 " (8 .7 5 " (8 .7 5 " (8 .7 5 " (8 .7 5 " (8 .7 5 " (8 .7 5 " (8 .7 5 " (8 .7 5 " (8 .7 5 " (8 .7 5 " (8 .7 5 " (8 .7 5 " (8 .7 5 " (9 .5 " (9 .5 " (9 .5 " (9 .5 " (9 .5 " (9 .5 " (9 .5 " (9 .5 " (9 .5 " X X X X X X X X X

2 .7 5 "), 2 .7 5 "), 2 .7 5 "), 2 .7 5 "), 2 .7 5 "), 2 .7 5 "), 2 .7 5 "), 2 .7 5 "), 2 .7 5 "), 2 .7 5 "), 2 .7 5 "), 2 .7 5 "), 2 .7 5 "), 2 .7 5 "), 2 .7 5 "), 2 .7 5 "), 2 .7 5 "), 150 200 250 300 350 400 450 500 550

8 5 -6 1 9 3 8 5 -6 1 3 7 8 5 -6 1 1 7 8 5 -6 1 1 8 8 5 -6 1 1 9 8 5 -6 1 2 0 8 5 -6 1 9 3 8 5 -6 1 3 7 8 5 -6 1 1 7 8 5 -6 1 1 8 8 5 -6 1 1 9 8 5 -6 1 2 0 8 5 -5 4 3 2 8 5 -6 6 7 9 8 5 -6 6 8 0

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R a te : R a te : R a te : R a te : R a te : R a te : R a te : R a te : R a te :

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2007 TI COIL SPRING RIDE KITS


Kit Description Kit Swinger Coil Coil X3- Coil X4- Coil X6- Coil X3- Coil X4- Coil X6SFS SFS SFS SPV SPV SPV R RP RPA Shim SPV 85-6686 85-6687 85-6688 85-6689 85-6690 85-6691 85-6692 85-6693 85-6694 85-6695 85-6696 85-6697 85-6686 85-6687 85-6688 85-6689 85-6690 85-6691 85-6692 85-6693 85-6694 85-6695 85-6696 85-6697 Metel Revox ISX Shim Revox ISX SPV

Ride Kits Ti Spring Coil Shocks 222 or 230 X 70 (8.75" or 9.0" X 2.75"), Rate: 300 Ti Spring Coil Shocks 222 or 230 X 70 (8.75" or 9.0" X 2.75"), Rate: 350 Ti Spring Coil Shocks 222 or 230 X 70 (8.75" or 9.0" X 2.75"), Rate: 400 Ti Spring Coil Shocks 222 or 230 X 70 (8.75" or 9.0" X 2.75"), Rate: 450 Ti Spring Coil Shocks 222 or 230 X 70 (8.75" or 9.0" X 2.75"), Rate: 500 Ti Spring Coil Shocks 222 or 230 X 70 (8.75" or 9.0" X 2.75"), Rate: 550 Ti Spring Coil Shocks 240 X 76 (9.5" X 3.0"), Rate: 300 Ti Spring Coil Shocks 240 X 76 (9.5" X 3.0"), Rate: 350 Ti Spring Coil Shocks 240 X 76 (9.5" X 3.0"), Rate: 400 Ti Spring Coil Shocks 240 X 76 (9.5" X 3.0"), Rate: 450 Ti Spring Coil Shocks 240 X 76 (9.5" X 3.0"), Rate: 500 Ti Spring Coil Shocks 240 X 76 (9.5" X 3.0"), Rate: 550

G G G G G G G G G G G G G

Ti Spring for Coil Shock 267 X 90 (10.5" X 3.5"), Rate: 250 Ti Spring for Coil Shock 267 X 90 (10.5" X 3.5"), Rate: 300 Ti Spring for Coil Shock 267 X 90 (10.5" X 3.5"), Rate: 350 Ti Spring for Coil Shock 267 X 90 (10.5" X 3.5"), Rate: 400 Ti Spring for Coil Shock 267 X 90 (10.5" X 3.5"), Rate: 450

G G G G G

85-6855 85-6856 85-6857 85-6858 85-6859

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Swinger Rear Shock Service Kits - Description

A - Air Canister

A - Air Valve Assembly

B 3 Way Swinger Air Shock, No Hardware

B 4 Way Swinger Air Shock, No Hardware

B 3 Way Swinger Coil Shock, No Hardware, No Coil

B 4 & 6 Way Swinger Coil Shock, No Hardware, No Coil

B - Low and High Speed Adjuster Kit

B- Rebound Adjuster Knob Kit

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Swinger Rear Shock Service Kits - Description (CONT.)

B- SPV Air Preload

C - Seal Kit

D - Hardware

E - DU Bushing Kit

F - Sticker Kit

G - Ride Kits

G Spring Collar

G - Bottomout Bumper

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06 Swinger Rear Shock Service Kits - Description (CONT.)

H - DU Bushing Tool

H - Swinger Air Reservoir Volume Tool

H - Swinger IFP Locating Tool

H - Swinger Air IFP Removal Tool

H - Swinger Coil IFP Removal Tool

H - 6 Way Damper Body and Reservoir Clamp

H - Rear Shock Compression Test Fixture

H - 1/2" Soft Jaws

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H - 10mm Soft Jaws

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